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Cookie Policy

What are cookies?

Many websites collect small amounts of information related to your actions on the website. That information is enclosed in a text file called a “cookie”, memorized on your personal computer. To guarantee the best navigation possible, the DGMosaic website offers the best performance with enabled cookies. Thanks to cookies we can “remember” you when you come back to visit us, and can identify and resolve errors – providing you with faster navigation just right for you. Cookies cannot damage your computer.

Types of cookies used

1- COOKIES STRICTLY NEEDED

Also called “technical” cookies, are fundamental for navigating the website using all its functions.

2- PERFORMANCE COOKIES

Collect and analyse information on use of the website by visitors (pages visited, number of accesses, time spent in the website, etc.) to provide the user with a better navigation experience. These cookies do not collect information that could identify the user in any way.

3 – FUNCTIONALITY COOKIES

Enable the website to “remember” choices made by the user and personalise the website improving content. Information collected by this type of cookie is anonymous.

4- ADVERTISING COOKIES

Enable us to draw up a user “profile” collecting information on tastes; so as to be able to send users customised content (promotional banners and/or dedicated offers).

Managing cookies

The DGMosaic website uses cookies of types 1, 2, 3. However, you can decide not to permit cookie settings on your computer. To do so, you access your browser’s “Preferences”. If you disable cookies, you might disable certain website features. However, even with cookies disabled, your browser will still memorise a small quantity of information, needed for the website’s basic functions. You can have a list of some providers working with the website managers to collect and use information useful for the use of behavioural advertising through the link http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/le-tue-scelte which provides more information on each of them and on blocking/activating each single operator.